The most comprehensive eDiscovery/eDisclosure buyer’s guide – the 2023 eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide – is gearing up!
Coordinating with Rob Robinson’s ComplexDiscovery site, legal discovery and disclosure expert Andrew Haslam has initiated the process of aggregating, editing, and producing his annual guide and ComplexDiscovery has is inviting participants to participate and contribute to the 2023 eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide.
Under the guidance of Andrew Haslam and in conjunction with ComplexDiscovery, the 2023 Guide will consist of three key deliverables.
- The first deliverable will be the update to the annual PDF version of the Guide. An example of the 2022 PDF version can be found here.
- The second deliverable will update the Guide’s online/knowledge base version. You can find the Guide’s current online/knowledge base version here.
- The third deliverable will be the update of the ComplexDiscovery Top 100+ eDiscovery Providers directory here.
To be included in the 2023 PDF and online/knowledge base versions of the Guide, Andrew and Rob kindly ask you to complete your entry for the Guide by:
- Submitting an initial entry for service or software. (New Participants)
- Updating your past entry for service or software. (Past Participants)
A copy of the entry form that you can use for both service of software entries can be found here.
From a timeline perspective, the submission, review, and publishing deadlines are as follows:
- NLT February 17, 2023 – Submission of Vendor Forms for Inclusion in 2023 Update
- NLT February 28, 2023 – Addition of Vendor Forms and Directory URL Information to Online Versions of the Guide Knowledge Base and Provider Directory
- NLT March 31, 2023 – Publication of PDF Version of the Guide
You can get more information at ComplexD here. The 2023 eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide is a guide you want to be a part of if you are an eDiscovery/eDisclosure software or services provider!
So, what do you think? Is your company included in the eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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